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April 1, 2008 - Posted by | Daily Devotional

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  1. The message I got from this was that we give our heart, soul, life and everything to God in the form of church buildings, wealth, luxury, power and mega-churches because we’ve been told by religious leaders that this is what God desires. We’re so busy worshipping and praising God in the desperate hope of establishing some sort of bond that we miss the big picture. We’ve lost sight of the needs of those around us, whose lives could be made better by the gifts we have to offer. In short, we don’t know the Lord. That would require us to think, learn and grow. We are content with the shallow modern-day caricature that has been presented to us because it requires nothing.

    Powerful piece of work! Love the music, especially the way you ended it. (You are definitely in the wrong line of work!)

    Comment by floatingtoday | April 3, 2008 | Reply

  2. I agree with the post above.
    We are the church, not the huge buildings that people attend. When Jesus came he didn’t build a building. He was out with the people, teaching love and compassion. So many people are in need of help, and the hope that only Jesus can give. We have to be open to see and hear those around us, and respond the way God requires us.

    Comment by Les | April 8, 2008 | Reply

  3. Wow, powerful.

    Did you feed me?
    Did you clothe me?
    Did you take me into your home? Visit me in prison?

    Moving

    Comment by Larry | April 15, 2008 | Reply


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